Java is a programming language originally developed by Sun Microsystems and released in 1995 as a core component of Sun Microsystems' Java platform.
This article tells how Sun is combining XML with Java technologies to create a complete, platform-independent, Web-based computing environment. XML and JavaTM technologies are perfect complements,...
The Jato API converts XML documents into Java objects and back again. In Part 1 of this three-part series, Andy provided a set of simple examples to illustrate Java-to-XML and XML-to-Java...
Learn how to use Java technology to develop XML-based applications. These two chapters explore advanced XML (including advanced markup techniques) and collections.
XML schemas can provide a better way to validate data in Java applications. You'll parse the XML schema, build up Java representations of the schema's constraints, and learn how to apply those...
This article will show how a Java Application, Applet or Servlet can access data stored in relational databases using the JDBC API. Although this article will use mSQL as the example database, you...